Sacked Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has told Nigerians to leave him alone after being relieved of his duties by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) at the weekend. The post Leave me alone, Keshi tells Nigerians appeared first on Vanguard News.
Looks like life after Chris Brown is looking good for Karrueche! She is making her way up the modelling ladder with a new contract deal will Wilhelmina Models in New York. Late last year she signed with the modelling agency’s Los Angeles division and now she will be living
The high point of the session was perhaps when five minutes into his speech, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi stood up to plead with the visiting media men to help project a positive image for the state The post New thinking in Enugu appeared first on Vanguard News.
Asurvey carried out by NAFITH, an international company contracted by the Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC) to study and find solutions to the perennial traffic congestion on the roads leading to the nation’s major economic gateways, Apapa and Tin-Can Island ports, has said that Nigeria needs to introduce electronically powered operations
Democracy comes in different forms but it is always subjected to differing interpretations by political scientists and intelligentsia. There are several perspectives on democracy which this writer has come across in his study of democracy and development. These forms of democracy include the bourgeois, Christian, consociation and participatory (or direct).
In my days as chairman of the Manufacturers’ Association of Nigeria, Ikeja, I would jump and applaud the recent ban of importers of 41 products from accessing foreign exchange market for the importation of the said products into our country. These products include food items like rice, vegetable oil, tomato
Nigeria’s Transcorp plans to spend $1.575 billion to quadruple its power capacity to 2,500 megawatts (MW) over the next three years and provide a quarter of all power generated in Africa’s biggest economy.
Sunday July 5th, the Greeks were asked to take a tough decision between the devil and the deep blue sea. The referendum which forced Greeks to choose if they wanted to take the European leaders’ offer of continue austerity and more financial backing or to take a NO vote and
Structural frailties in Nigeria’s telecommunications industry are causing the nation huge economic losses especially amidst government’s failure to properly implement the National Broadband Plan (NBP). The broadband plan, is aimed at facilitating nationwide deployment of metropolitan and backbone networks on an open access, non-discriminatory basis. The GSMA, a body representing
Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase The Inspector-General of Police, Solomon Arase, has mandated Commissioners of Police to strengthen security at all mosques, churches and other worship centres across the country.
The Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has began fresh investigations of the activities and services of Multichoice Nigeria, a subsidiary of South Africa-based Multichoice Africa, owners of DSTV pay television, following a barrage of complaints from subscribers alleging unsatisfactory service delivery by the Pay TV operator. This development nevertheless is coming on the
In more ways than one, man has either disrupted or exploited nature for his advantage and this explains how a must-visit real estate destination has been created in Inagbe—a hitherto sleeping island that exists at the middle of nowhere. On this island with about four million square-metre land area, Gran
A dynamic and spirited brand; Bluebird Communication has every cause to celebrate 20 years of successful business. Its executive vice chairman, Kunle Ogunmefun, takes us on a journey behind the veils of this eccentric, unconventional marketing communications agency. Critical to the success of the agency is its unique approach to
The nationwide enrolment of banks’ Biometric Verification Numbers, BVN, has reached a landmark of 15 million customers, just as United Bank for Africa, UBA introduced a simplified process for registration. The post BVN enrolment hits 15million mark appeared first on Vanguard News.
This just made it to the top of our ridiculous stories this week, as a Cop is caught in the act in a public domain while the sky’s were still clear / broad daylight. Cops have been getting an awful lot of flack lately, in large part due to evidence of severe
Five years ago, Adu Adonyi would have had to spend an hour standing in the queue of a busy banking hall in Lagos to pay his utilities bills. Fast forward to present day, he now takes out his mobile phone and pays his bills at the touch of a button
There is no gainsaying the fact that Calabar Port is very strategic to the economic development of Nigeria, particularly the North-Central, South-South and South-East regions of the country. Besides, when functional, it will increase the volume of vessel traffic and cargo throughput in the port, decongest Lagos ports and reduce